E-Books →Ireland and the Climate Crisis
English | ISBN: 3030475867 | 2020 | 336 pages | EPUB, PDF | 3 MB + 4 MB
This book provides a comprehensive overview of Ireland's response to the climate crisis.
The contributions, written by leading scholars across a range of disciplines in the social sciences, humanities and beyond, shed light on diverse aspects of the climate crisis, the factors shaping Ireland's response, and prospects for the future. Long regarded as a 'climate laggard', Ireland's response to the urgent societal challenge of climate change has seen new momentum in recent s. The volume will serve as a key reference point for acads, students, policymakers, and a wide range of stakeholders. It will be of interest to readers within Ireland, as well as further afield, who wish to gain a deeper understanding of the constraints on, and opportunities for, successful climate action in Ireland.
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